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Archibald Campbell 1st Duke of Argyll Extraordinary Lord of Session
Archibald Campbell 1st Duke of Argyll Extraordinary Lord of Session

 

Archibald Campbell, 1st Duke of Argyll, 10th Earl of Argyll, PC

1st son of Archibald Campbell, 9th Earl of Argyll, by his first wife Lady Mary Stuart, 1st dau. of James Stuart, 4th Earl of Moray

Born: 25 July 1658

Married: 12 Mar 1677/78 Lady Elizabeth Tollemache (bapt. 10 Jul 1659; d. 9 May 1735), 1st dau. of Sir Lionel Tollemache, 3rd Bt., of Helmingham, co. Suffolk, by his wife Lady Elizabeth Murray, suo jure Countess of Dysart, 1st dau. and cohrss. of William Murray, 1st Earl of Dysart

Children:

1. Lord John Campbell, later 2nd Duke of Argyll

2. Lord Archibald Campbell, later 1st Earl of Ilay later 3rd Duke of Argyll

1. Lady Anne Campbell (d. 20 Oct 1736), married: (1) c. 19 Feb 1711 James [Stuart], 2nd Earl of Bute, and (2) 19 Sep 1731 Alexander Fraser, 7th of Strichen, a Lord of Session under the style Lord Strichen (b. 1699; d. 15 Feb 1775), and had issue by both husbands

2. Lady ..... Campbell (name not known)

Created: 23 Jun 1701 Lord of Inverary, Mull, Moreen and Tirie, Viscount Lochaw and Glenyla, Earl of Campbell and Cowall, Marquess of Kintyre and Lorne, and Duke of Argyll, to him and his heirs male whatsoever.

Died: 25 Sept 1703

Succeeded by: son

Note: Acknowledged in 1689 as 10th Earl of Argyll by the Convention of Estates in Scotland; Privy Councillor 1689; attainder of his father rescinded 1689; an Extraordinary Lord of Session 1694-1703; a Lord of the Scottish Treasury 1696-1703.

 

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